wiseHer Connects Women with Global Marketplace of Executives, Consultants, Coaches and Mentors
ORANGE, Calif., May 6, 2021 – Alliance of Channel Women, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to accelerating the growth of female channel leaders in technology, announced today a partnership with wiseHer, a global expert marketplace that helps business owners and professionals accelerate their careers and businesses.
Through the partnership, ACW members gain affordable access to one-on-one consultations with experts who dispense practical, tactical advice about business, career and life at every stage.
“ACW is committed to helping our members grow in their careers,” said ACW President Amy Bailey, Senior Vice President of Marketing at Telarus. “Our membership includes women who are just starting out in the channel and those who are tenured as well as individual contributors, department leaders and business owners. Our partnership with wiseHer is a way that we can support ACW members in reaching their goals no matter where they are on their journey.”
wiseHer is an on-demand platform that provides access to a global network of executives, consultants, coaches/mentors, education, and resources to accelerate business or career opportunities.
“Finding someone you can talk with about issues you encounter in your career can be challenging,” says wiserHer founder and CEO Kathryn Rose. “wiseHer has a network of the best and brightest – all at your fingertips.”
Rose is an innovator and serial entrepreneur whose experience has taken her from startup to multimillion-dollar companies. She is an award-winning Wall Street sales leader driving more than $100 million in annual sales and in channel marketing with global B2B clients.
Rose is a highly sought-after speaker at leading global industry events with technology powerhouses like Google, IBM and Dell Technologies as well as women’s events like Women in Tech Summit and the Grace Hopper Celebration – all focused on helping technology professionals, women and small business leaders achieve a higher level of success. She also has been recognized through her work in the technology channel by CompTIA awarding her their Mentor of the Year Spotlight Award.
After a highly successful career, Rose is on a mission to help women rise, create jobs, drive revenue and bolster the economy by offering them access to battle-tested, been there done that expertise.
Notably, a portion of the proceeds go to the wiseHer Foundation to provide grants to women and underserved entrepreneurs and professionals.
ACW members can go to http://wiseher.com, register for free to schedule a call with a wiseHer career or business expert. The first call is free with a special discount code provided to ACW members via email.
Rose also launching a channel-focused expert network as an extension of wiseHer, called channelWise, and welcomes ACW members as experts in both networks.
About the Alliance of Channel Women
Founded in 2010, the Alliance of Channel Women is a not-for-profit organization of women in the indirect sales channel of the telecom and IT industry. The Alliance of Channel Women brings us together to empower and advance women’s careers and leadership roles in the technology channel through education, community, advocacy and opportunities for personal growth. To learn more and to become a member, please visit www.allianceofchannelwomen.org.
wiseHer is a global expert marketplace that helps businesses and professionals get the access they need to affordable 1:1 advice to accelerate their business or careers. wiseHer’s mission is to provide affordable access to the top been-there-done-that experts from around the world that can help businesses or professionals go farther, faster in their business or career. wiseHer has 1,000 vetted experts in 26 countries and growing and has been featured in Entrepreneur Magazine Inc., Forbes and more. wiseHer is a social-impact organization and a portion of proceeds goes to their foundation to provide grants to women and underserved entrepreneurs and professionals.
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